Kindergarten K1 + K2

Junior Kindergarten & Senior Kindergarten



ur STEM education-based curriculum for Junior Kindergarten (JK) and Senior Kindergarten (SK) integrates theme-based learning with enriching field trips twice a week. Through this approach, students embark on an exciting journey of exploration, discovery, and hands-on learning experiences. In Junior Kindergarten, students engage in age-appropriate STEM activities that are aligned with thematic units. These activities are designed to introduce foundational STEM concepts and foster curiosity about the world around them. Field trips twice a week complement classroom learning by providing real-world contexts for their discoveries, allowing them to connect classroom concepts with their immediate environment. As students progress to Senior Kindergarten, they build upon their existing knowledge and delve deeper into STEM concepts through more advanced thematic units. Field trips twice a week serve as extensions of their learning experiences, offering opportunities for hands-on exploration and discovery in diverse settings such as museums, parks, and local businesses.

In mathematics, kindergartners explore numbers, shapes, patterns, and basic operations to build a strong foundation for future mathematical concepts.

Language Arts

In language arts, kindergartners learn foundational skills like reading, writing, listening, and speaking to develop their communication abilities.


 Through hands-on activities and play-based learning, they explore fundamental mathematical concepts. In Junior Kindergarten, students learn about numbers, shapes, and patterns, while in Senior Kindergarten, they delve into addition, subtraction, shapes, and basic measurement. 


In science, kindergartners engage in hands-on activities and observations to learn about the natural world, including plants, animals, weather, and basic scientific principles.

Social Studies

Kindergartners begin to understand themselves and others, exploring topics such as communities, diversity, maps, and basic concepts of citizenship and responsibility.


Through art kindergartners express their creativity, develop fine motor skills, and explore different forms of artistic expression and basic musical elements.


Kindergartners are introduced to basic technology skills and concepts, learning to navigate digital tools and understand the role of technology in their lives and the world around them.

Physical Education & Health

In physical education and health, kindergartners participate in active play, learn basic movements and coordination, and gain knowledge about healthy habits and personal well-being.